COVID-19 'Pandemic'

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Clearly over yours to understand the difference between veterinary meds and human meds, but that's OK.
But its not vet meds ya gullible wanker.

Ivermectin tablets are approved by the FDA to treat people with intestinal strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis, two conditions caused by parasitic worms. In addition, some topical forms of ivermectin are approved to treat external parasites like head lice and for skin conditions such as rosacea.Dec 10, 2021
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Avian flu found in about 100 carcasses of seals found in Quebec
Author of the article:Canadian Press
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Publishing date:Aug 03, 2022 • 18 hours ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation
Colourized transmission electron micrograph of Avian influenza A H5N1 viruses (seen in gold) grown in MDCK cells (seen in green) as shown in this undated handout photo.
Colourized transmission electron micrograph of Avian influenza A H5N1 viruses (seen in gold) grown in MDCK cells (seen in green) as shown in this undated handout photo. PHOTO BY HO /THE CANADIAN PRESS

MONTREAL — Quebec researchers say avian flu has been detected in at least two species of seal as an unusually high number of dead seals are being reported on the province’s shorelines.


The Reseau quebecois d’urgences pour les mammiferes marins says about 100 carcasses of harbour seals were found since January along the south shore of the Lower St. Lawrence region, almost six times more than on an average year.

Stephane Lair, a professor of veterinary medicine at Universite de Montreal, says about 15 of these harbour seals have tested positive for the highly pathogenic H5N1, with a first case detected in grey seals last week.

He says seals most likely have been in contact with carcasses of infected eider ducks, with which they share the same islands to give birth at the beginning of the summer.

Jean-Francois Gosselin, a biologist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, says these are the first reported cases of the virus being passed from wild birds to marine mammals in Quebec.

He says while the agency is monitoring the virus transmission, the situation isn’t concerning or a threat to endangering the seal population.
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West Virginia man sentenced to 3 years in prison for threatening to kill Fauci
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Publishing date:Aug 05, 2022 • 20 hours ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation

A federal judge sentenced a West Virginia man to three years in prison for sending intimidating emails to Anthony Fauci, including threats to kill the United States’ top infectious disease official over his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.


U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis in Greenbelt, Maryland, on Thursday sentenced Thomas Connally Jr., 56, of Snowshoe, West Virginia, to 37 months in federal prison and another three years of supervised release after he pleaded guilty in May to a federal charge of making threats against a federal official.

In one email, Connally threatened that Fauci and his family would be “dragged into the street, beaten to death, and set on fire,” prosecutors said.

In a plea bargain, Connally admitted he sent threatening emails to Fauci, hoping to intimidate and interfere with his official duties as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ director and to retaliate against him for his handling of the pandemic, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Maryland said in a statement.


The response to the pandemic by federal and state officials has been highly contentious across the United States, re-igniting a long-standing U.S. battle over individual rights, the constitutional remit of states to police citizens, public health and public activities, such as education or retail businesses.

Many public officials have been heavily criticized and have been the targets of protests and threats for masking and vaccine mandates around the country, where more than 1 million people have died due to the virus.

Connally, who accused Fauci of “fear mongering,” was under stress in connection with his mother’s isolation in a nursing home during the pandemic, a public defender wrote in a letter to the court on Wednesday.


Investigators wrote in court documents that Connally described himself on his resume as an information architect, editor and technical writer.

The man admitted to investigators that he had sent a series of threatening emails to Fauci and other state and federal health officials from an anonymous, encrypted email account from December 2020 to July 2021.

Connally also admitted sending threatening messages to health officials in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, Francis Collins, the then-director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health; and four individuals working for a religious institution in New Jersey, prosecutors said.
 
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West Virginia man sentenced to 3 years in prison for threatening to kill Fauci
Author of the article:Reuters
Reuters
Brendan O'Brien
Publishing date:Aug 05, 2022 • 20 hours ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation

A federal judge sentenced a West Virginia man to three years in prison for sending intimidating emails to Anthony Fauci, including threats to kill the United States’ top infectious disease official over his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.


U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis in Greenbelt, Maryland, on Thursday sentenced Thomas Connally Jr., 56, of Snowshoe, West Virginia, to 37 months in federal prison and another three years of supervised release after he pleaded guilty in May to a federal charge of making threats against a federal official.

In one email, Connally threatened that Fauci and his family would be “dragged into the street, beaten to death, and set on fire,” prosecutors said.

In a plea bargain, Connally admitted he sent threatening emails to Fauci, hoping to intimidate and interfere with his official duties as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ director and to retaliate against him for his handling of the pandemic, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Maryland said in a statement.


The response to the pandemic by federal and state officials has been highly contentious across the United States, re-igniting a long-standing U.S. battle over individual rights, the constitutional remit of states to police citizens, public health and public activities, such as education or retail businesses.

Many public officials have been heavily criticized and have been the targets of protests and threats for masking and vaccine mandates around the country, where more than 1 million people have died due to the virus.

Connally, who accused Fauci of “fear mongering,” was under stress in connection with his mother’s isolation in a nursing home during the pandemic, a public defender wrote in a letter to the court on Wednesday.


Investigators wrote in court documents that Connally described himself on his resume as an information architect, editor and technical writer.

The man admitted to investigators that he had sent a series of threatening emails to Fauci and other state and federal health officials from an anonymous, encrypted email account from December 2020 to July 2021.

Connally also admitted sending threatening messages to health officials in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, Francis Collins, the then-director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health; and four individuals working for a religious institution in New Jersey, prosecutors said.

Yes, because all the scientists and doctors and others involved should have said nothing about Covid and let it run rampant, denied it was a problem and... yeah.

Fuck this guy, he should have gotten longer time.
 

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No, but you're too stupid to understand the difference, so I won't waste my time explaining to a hunk of concrete.
It seems that you didn't pay attention then.

When Trump did the therapeutics and they worked, it was then that they were banned - because he actually had taken them & exposed them so that people could access them because when first diagnosed, these therapeutics actually worked. Well, Biden simply couldn't sanction that so they made these therapeutics illegal to obtain or use. What a bunch of assholes!! You hate someone so bad that you would deny basic healthcare to those who contracted covid? Seriously? How evil is that? To hold back legitimate healthcare from your citizens possibly preventing thousands of deaths. But no, because "orange man" took the therapeutics and recovered quite quickly, that could not be sanctioned.

The only reason therapeutics were not available was simply because Trump had them - no other reason whatsoever!!

How disgusting!
 
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Health Canada warns of counterfeit COVID-19 rapid antigen tests in Ontario
Author of the article:Canadian Press
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Publishing date:Aug 05, 2022 • 1 day ago • 1 minute read • 5 Comments

Health Canada has issued a public warning after it says counterfeit COVID-19 rapid antigen test kits were found in Ontario.


The agency says the counterfeit tests were sold online in 25-pack boxes by a distributor called Healthful Plus without the required licence.

It says the packaging resembles authentic products by BTNX Inc. and uses the device identifier “COV-19C25,” but also has several key differences.

Those include the manufacturer being listed as Health Advance Inc. rather than BTNX Inc.; Health Advance being listed as an “official Canadian distributor”; and the addition of the text “Health Canada approved” on the box.

Health Canada says it has not assessed the safety and effectiveness of the counterfeit kits.

The agency says anyone who suspects they have a counterfeit kit should refrain from using it and instead report it, either to the government or to BTNX.

Health Canada says the issue appears to be limited to one manufacturer, Health Advance Inc., and one distributor, Healthful Plus. It says Health Advance appears to no longer be making medical devices and Healthful Plus’s website has been taken down.